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I May Destroy You
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As the superhero genre began to meet a glamourized second regeneration, there is still an artistic license desiring an original take that acts heroic simultaneously an indirect adaptation of a similar story taken to complicated stakes. This narratively standalone picture has enough storytelling efforts despite couple undisclosed loose ends and convoluting abilities being purposely limited amidst a sort-of travel catalogue with impressive intellect at a heist-level picture followed by a satisfying payoff built up by a nice cast. (B)
Impressed as something predatorial with a horrific twist that serves as a thrill factor to haunt afterwards, only to find its true deception as metamorphosis by nature without a reasonable solid base besides a blend of a societal angle and ritualistically demonic. Naturally creepy with a behavioral question mark leading up to an injustice payoff after senseless violence biting the typical nature, but the more praiseworthy highlight over the manageably eerie vibe is Jeffrey Wright's performance standing strong throughout the outer madness. (B-)
Darkens twistedly as it unfolds slowly before escalating at a decent pace with a horrific payoff, after using Jennifer Lawrence's star power confusingly through an unbearably bland picture. (C)
The self-inflicting seclusive film expands the living space for "Room" before slowly stirring in different elements that unveils sci-fi and a bit of horror as it unfolds into a familiar, bleaker narrative under elaborative subtexts and incoherent effects, only emotionally standing strong by the genuinely solid performances. (B)